This theme has a cute design with pets illustrations, terrific for keeping the attention and delighting children. The text bubble acts as if the animals themselves were talking, and if you enter the master slides you can change which one (dog, cat, hamster or golden fish) is going to present each slide.
This presentation theme mimics a whiteboard over a table with some other items. It's a template really fun to use for education presentations, specially for for those who miss the days of the old school.
This presentation theme has a jolly and cute design, terrific for keeping the attention of a young (very very young) audience. The text bubble conveys an informal style, and with the extra set of children illustrations you can choose the character that's going to present each slide. It's great to present in front of kids, with education or diversity related topics, and also suitable for NGOs that work with children.
This template is designed for medical, health or fitness related topics. Human body illustrations are included in a way that can be easily used. The design is clean and simple, very easy to use, and if you want to remove the human body illustrations it would adapt to almost any topic.
Recall the days of the old school with this blackboard-styled free presentation template. Fonts and icons have a fresh hand-drawn look, and white color makes the content pop against the dark textured background. A great template for talking about education.
This playful template uses a science themed design. The illustrated background with hand drawn icons will make your content stand out from the crowd. You can use it in education, to present lessons or a science project in your class or conference. Because science is fun!
This artsy template uses watercolor textures to create bold and vivid slides. This design with very bright colors will engage the audience no matter their age, you can use it to present creative or diy projects.
This playful and colorful template mimics a sheet of paper. You can use it in education, to present lessons or a creative project in your class, although it's also suitable for conferences.